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Subject:Re: Automatic bookmarks from Word file From:John Posada <jposada01 -at- YAHOO -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 30 Jul 1999 13:12:34 -0700
mif2rtf is a program from a company called Omni
Systems, Inc., that converts mif files to either rtf
or winhelp format.
It actually works pretty well. They will also convert
a sample file as a test.
You will probably get an email from them, since they
read this list, but if not, contact Jeremy Griffith at
info -at- omsys -dot- com
I used it to convert 8 VERY complex and tightly
formatted mif chapters to Word files, took me an hour
to do it and a couple of days to clean them up.
It retains style names, cross references, graphics,
headers, footers, etc.
I thnk it cost me a couple of hundred bucks and it was
--- Susana Rosende <SRosende -at- THEFUND -dot- COM> wrote:
> What exactly is mif2.rtf? Testers asked for a copy
> of our product's
> Installation Guide in Word and I couldn't see a
> quick and clean way to
> convert from Frame. Instead, I converted the Frame
> files to PDF and asked
> them to download Acrobat Reader from www.Adobe.com.
> If there's a clean conversion from Frame to Word
> (and vice versa) please let
> me know how to do it.
Western Union International
(w) jposada -at- westernunion -dot- com
(p) john -at- tdandw -dot- com
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